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Walter Frederick Carman by G Carman.pdf
He joined the Royal Navy when he was 15 years old.... Click on file to view full screen....

Chain Measure
Chain Measure as used by Mr Walter Carman.... Click on file to view full screen....

Photo Memories.pdf
Photo Memories of Cawston....

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Changes Over 50 Years 1948 to 98 by Trudie Wilkinson.pdf
Fifty years ago, in 1948, Cawston was a self-contained village; everything you wanted or needed was here....

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Big Weekend 2014.pdf
The three day Cawston Big Weekend event was held on 13-15 June.... Click on file to view full screen....

Cooks of Cawston.pdf
The business of Cooks of Cawston started in 1961 trading as....

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Tug of War.pdf
Photos of Tug of War.

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Peter Lee Family Tree and Photos.pdf
I have been looking at your website for Cawston and found it very interesting and helpful in my research into my grandfathers family history.
I know that my grandfathers family still reside in Cawston and I thought that this may be of…

John Rogers.pdf
In the early days fruit would go on over night train and be on London market....

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C E Carman Invoice.jpg
1918 billhead which came from the the Granddaughter of Frederick Charles Howard who had the general store in Chapel Street in the early 20th century and believe he
took in printing etc for invoices/billheads and posters etc.

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Howard Builders & Undertaker.pdf
Photos of staff and invoices etc. Richard Bothway Howard's Father Norman (1904-1972) was a Master Builder from M.D. Howard & Son, Cawston, The business was started in 1886 by his great uncle W.A. Howard who lived at Church Farm,…

British Legion.pdf
Photos of the British Legion in Cawston through the years.

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Awards.pdf
Pride in Norfolk 2011 Awards....

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Harmonica Band.pdf
The Cawston Harmonica Band was made up from members of the Cawston Wesleyan Reform Chapel.

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Cawston Band.pdf
Cawston & District Band was formed in 1886, practices were carried out on Monday & Wednesday evenings at the Bell Inn at the High Street in Cawston in a first floor room now converted onto 3 Bed & Breakfast rooms, they played around the…

Womens Institute.pdf
The Women's Institute started on the 23rd February 1921 with 52 members. Members marked their 90th birthday with a special celebration at the same venue as it did 90 years ago at the Cecil Cawston Memorial Institute - Village Hall.... Click on file…

Ex Forces Personnel.pdf
Not forgetting The Home Front who served in addition to their daily work - The Home Guard Local Defence Volunteers - LDV was original name of the Home Guard. The Red Cross Auxiliary Fire Service Related Link - Roll of Honourinc War Memorials etc

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Roll of Honour for those who gave their lives for our country & War Memorials.

File 2/Roll of Honour WW1
File 3/Role of Honour WW2
File 4/ War Memorials
File 5/Boer War 1899-1902 Lieutenant Cecil Faulkner Cawston
File 6/War Memorial lighting…

Fifty Years On by John Kett.pdf
War Times Memories and Diaries By: See Files on right and as following:- 1/Fifty Years On by John Kett 2/Thoughts of a Wartime childhood by Robert Sonny Dewing 3/School War Times Notes 4/Second World War by Bill Sampson 5/Another Place &…

A Walk Down Chalel Street 1930s by Ivan Purdy.pdf
Chapel Street: History of Chapel St/Prince of Wales Rd from the Parish Magazine, January 1995 by Dennis W. Easton. First of all there were the Mills at Sygate driven by the wind when my grandfather left school in the 1860's he went to work at the…

Cawston Home Guard.jpg
Home Guard:

Photo with Old Rectory in background.

Names reading from left:

Back Row: 4/ Don Radford. 5/ Jimmy Payne. 6/ Harrold Pratt. 7/ Tom Barker. 9/ Ernie Whall.
Second Row: 7/ John Long. 8/ Jack Delph. 9/ Tommy Neal. 11/ Clifford…

Wesleyan Reform Chapel  Chapel St.jpg
The Wesleyan Reform Chapel: Opened for place of worship at Chapel Street in 1829 and closed 18th April 2006.... For more  information about the Wesleyan Reform church Click on this link: http://thewru.com/Cick on files to view full…
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